As you know, I’m a Craigslist devotee. I’m slowly revamping my house, and I came across an awesome light fixture. The previous owner of this house had no respect for its Mediterranean bones. For instance, she put this ugly light fixture in the foyer. I think she was going for a Hollywood Regency look. But the fixture is cheap, and the beads on it are even plastic. And it’s a horrible pewter color. Just no. Well, I was perusing Craigslist the other day and came across this beauty:
The fixture is vintage, and has a definite Spanish Mediterranean feel. It’s very likely that there was a similar fixture in the foyer originally. I plan to put a sunburst medallion on the ceiling, and paint it a pretty yellow gold color, like a sunset.
2 thoughts on “Foyer Light Fixture”
Plastic beads? No. Just no. Shop around online and you can get all sorts of nice glass and stone for a mere pittance. I have no idea why plastic beads even exist, it’s an insult to beadery.
Yeah, they’re pretty disgusting. I don’t see the point, either. There are plenty of glass and crystal available at a variety of price points.